Is that not a romantic picture?  An evening baseball game.  A quiet, peaceful waterfront. Three thousand new homes surrounding the stadium providing an illuminated backdrop.  It is lovely, right?

But….where is the active, noisy, working waterfront? Where are the big ships? Where are the big-ship-ready cranes? (The one pictured is a non-working crane left behind to pay homage to the site’s past.)  Where are the trucks?  The trains?  The tugs?  The warehouses?  Yea, we do not see them either.

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What does the term sheet mean?  It means the A’s have four years to complete an environmental impact report (EIR), negotiate lease terms with the port and secure additional regulatory approvals.

The A’s and the City of Oakland have demonstrated a lack of interest in addressing the concerns of the logistics industry. They are too caught up in the romance of it all.

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